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Bamyan schools get 165 new teachers

Bamyan schools get 165 new teachers

May 19, 2017 - 15:06

BAMYAN CITY (Pajhwok): Over 580 contenders have appeared in a test for 165 teacher positions on Friday in central Bamyan province, an official said on.

Acting Educationinfo-icon Director Mohammad Ayub Ameri told Pajhwok Afghan News the successful individuals would be dispatched to government schools in Shaibar, Waras and Seghan districts.

He said in Bamyan 134,000 student, including 47 percent girls, were being imparted education in 339 schools by 2,800 teachers. He said there was need for another 2,000 teachers to be hired.

Governor Mohammad Tahir Zaheer who was present at the examination hall, said: “Qualification and talent was important, no other character is important.” He urged the examination committed to ensure fairness and transparency in the results.

Niak Bakht, the resident of Yakawalang district, said she was graduated from Bamyan teacher training institute and was confident to pass the exam.



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